Archive for May, 2009

Money for your money

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

The FDIC makes sure you won’t lose your money; but no one makes sure that your money won’t lose its’ money.

Freedom assurance

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

The best way to ensure your freedom is to protect the freedoms of those around you.

On beyond trillions

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Millions, billions, trillions… what comes next? What do we call 1000 trillion? I don’t know, but I know how we will find out. References to government spending will soon need to make use of this word.

No crash… no problem?

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

A car heading towards the cliff at 100 mph should give me a good indication of what is about to happen. I don’t need to see the smashed up car full of dead people at the bottom of the cliff to know that the car was moving in the wrong direction. Those who say we should wait and see how the massive spending by Obama and his congress turns out before we judge these actions are simply buying into the “hope” nonesense. If more spending improves things then why limit more spending to bad times? Can’t things always be better, no matter how good they are? Why not just continually increase spending as much as possible?

Instant regulation

Friday, May 8th, 2009

One minute ago there was no such thing, now someone has invented it, in one minute the government will be regulating it.

Selfish Freedom

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Arguments for freedom and capitalism based on how these things are good for the economy always make me cringe a little. How about freedom just for freedoms sake? Where is the appreciation for just being free without regard to how it might otherwise be good for us?